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World Religions Digital Scrapbook - Barling Honors World History   Tags: digital scrapbook, primary sources, religions, research, world history  

This guide will provide you with resources and tools to create an amazing digital scrapbook highlighting world religions!
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Public Domain: What's It All About?

What is Public Domain?

'Works that are freely available for commercial or public use without restriction - not protected by copyright restrictions.'

    (US Patent and Trademark Office)

    'The public domain consists of all works that never had copyright protection and works that no longer have copyright protection. The public domain also includes most works created by the United States government. All works in the public domain are free for the public to use. Works published in the United States prior to 1923 are in the public domain.'

    (Purdue University)

    Public domain images are free for you to use, modify and even sell without giving credit.

     

    How is Public Domain Determined?

    As a general rule, most works enter the public domain because of old age. This includes any work published in the United States before 1923.

    Another large block of works are in the public domain because they were published before 1964 and copyright was not renewed. (Renewal was a requirement for works published before 1978.)

    A smaller group of works fell into the public domain because they were published without copyright notice (copyright notice was necessary for works published in the United States before March 1, 1989.) 

    Some works are in the public domain because the owner has indicated a desire to give them to the public without copyright protection.

    (from Stanford University Library)

     

    Public Domain Resources

    Use the Digital Copyright Slider to determine is a work is still protected by copyright.

    Click here to find Public Domain image resources

    Click here to find Public Domain music resources

    Sources for Public Domain Works -  This is an excellent guide from the University of Montana showing where to find Public Domain written works, music, visual art and images, maps, movies and multimedia.

     

       

      Welcome to Biteslide!

      Biteslide is the website you will use to create your digital scrapbook.  Here are the steps to get started:

       

      Go to this link:  Yay!  Digital Scrapbooking!

       

      All you will need is this class code:  JJFDNW95

       Complete the requested information and you are ready to begin creating your scrapbook.  You can use your login to work on this project at your convenience and wherever you are!

       

      Creative Commons Images

      Image from Nrico's Flickr photostream (licensed content for commercial use, adaptation, modification or building upon)

      Creative Commons

      A multimedia CC search, searches across Google, Flickr, Yahoo!, BlipTV, SpinXpress, and OWL Music Search, allowing searchers to specify a search for media to use to modify or for commercial purposes

      Biteslide FAQ's

       

      Public Domain Images

      Pulic Domain images are able to be freely used by anyone without first gaining permission.

      Public Domain images can be found at:

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